Fine aneroid yacht or small ships barometer mounted on an oak wall plaque
7″ by 7″
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Wenham of Dereham, painted dial eight day longcase clock, Circa 1810
A superb, rare Late 19th Century novelty mantel clock with original painted spelter surround depicting an elephant being defended by its mahoot
Suggate of Halesworth: Georgian flame mahogany eight day longcase Circa 1820
Stokes of Terling, Essex: Superb painted dial shooting scene longcase in flame mahogany case, Circa 1810 with eight day movement
Bloomfield of Lowestoft: 19th Century drop dial eight day wall clock in rosewood with mother-of-pearl inlay, Circa 1860
John Brown of Harleston, Norfolk, Circa 1825 with oak case
Raymond of Manningtree, 18th Century eight day longcase clock Circa 1770
An 18th Century silver dial longcase by Glover of Bungay, Suffolk, Circa 1795
William Ray of Bury St Edmunds, Longcase clock, 8 day movement Circa 1840 with lovely figured oak case. Painted dial with punting river scene.
William Calver of Eye, Suffolk, Circa 1810 – Delightful Eye oak longcase with eight day movement strikes the hours on a bell, in working order.